Nexen Job Application

Nexen Job Application Process

You can get the chance to work at Nexen by applying online. Below, you can find the detailed information about the hiring process of Nexen which offers entry-level and managerial positions.

Empowering employees to realize their potential and achieve their goals is central to our success. Every person who joins our company will have access to a world of challenging experiences and assignments.

Our working environment has a small-company feel, where you are directly exposed to world-class experts. Yet we’re large enough to provide opportunities for hands-on work on exciting, diverse assets around the globe. By bringing East and West business practices together, we’ve created a unique environment for cross-cultural collaboration.

Apply Online Nexen Jobs

You can be a member of Nexen family by completing the hiring process which is explained below. In order to finish the application process, you can use the link provided below to access to the online application Nexen where you can find out more about the position for which you want to apply.

Mechanical Technician

We’re seeking a Mechanical Technician to join our Maintenance Team offshore, North Sea.

As a Mechanical Technician, you will play a key role in delivering best-in-class results to our UK business by:

  • Managing preventative maintenance activity to ensure we maximise plant uptime to maximise value and eliminate waste and risk
  • Fault finding and repair of all Mechanical equipment relating to production, utilities, and safety systems across the offshore installation
  • Safe operation and isolation of all mechanical equipment in line with CNOOC safe working practices, procedures and policies
  • Readily accepting accountability to ensure that all breakdowns are investigated thoroughly, engaging with internal and external stakeholders, including our vendor supply chain companies, to develop safe, practical and effective solutions
  • Reporting to the Senior Mechanical Technician / Maintenance Supervisor, carry out emergency duties as identified in the Emergency Response Plan, or as directed by the OIM
  • Ensuring operational delivery whilst keeping abreast of industry best practice and standards
  • Embracing CNOOC’s Competency model with the expectation of attainment of CNOOC’s OPITO approved Competency framework to meet our lifelong learning commitment
  • Fostering a collaborative culture across a diverse group of people

Who are we looking for?

You will have a thorough understanding of all Mechanical Equipment maintenance activity, acting as a subject matter expert for the offshore asset team. Beyond that, we are interested in hearing from you if you have:

  • Strong influencing ability and a high degree of flexibility in your working style expected for you to adapt to changing operational and business environments and priorities
  • A role model mindset for HSSE & Assurance compliance, working within HSE requirements and ensuring that related activities are planned and conducted in compliance with current policies and practices
  • Significant experience in offshore operations maintenance activity and application of safety and control systems, ideally from an offshore operator background (ECITB Maintenance Level 3 Standard or equivalent)
  • A continuous improvement & innovation mindset to take every opportunity to consider alternative solutions in light of lessons learned
  • The ability to coach team members to develop personal capabilities and enhance individual technical knowledge

Commercial Advisor

CNOOC International seeks a proactive, self-motivated, team oriented Commercial Advisor to evaluate growth opportunities across our Europe and Africa Exploration Portfolio. As a Commercial Advisor, you will play a key role in delivering best-in-class results by:

  • Generating and promoting New Venture opportunities to grow CNOOC International’s exploration portfolio and allow us to fulfil our corporate objectives for 2019 and beyond.
  • Supporting opportunities worked technically from CNOOC’s Uxbridge & Beijing offices,.
  • Evaluating a variety of opportunities generated using your contacts and industry databases and managing farm-in & farm-outs opportunities.
  • Analyzing industry trends / competition in support of Global Exploration initiatives.
  • Leading ad-hoc project teams to negotiate and complete the acquisition or divestiture of petroleum properties in the exploration / appraisal stage through bid rounds, direct negotiations, or farm-in / farm-out transactions.
  • Performing other duties, completing additional tasks and supporting ad-hoc projects as required.

Who are we looking for?

We would welcome a self-starter who is looking to grow their proven commercial acumen through the project management of sales and purchases of exploration licenses, the acquisition of licenses through direct negotiations, and support of our technical colleagues in JOA / commercial matters on licenses we currently hold.

We are interested in hearing from candidates with:

  • Proven ability to present and proactively engage senior management and collaborate without boundaries.
  • Experience in dealing with African host governments and foreign language skills in French or Portuguese advantageous but not required.
  • Willingness to travel to Africa when required by the role

Process Operator

This position is classified as a Safety-Sensitive Position. This is not a fly in/fly out camp position.

We are seeking Process Operators to join our Oil Sands operations. Our asset expansion plans are ramping up and creating multiple quality opportunities for Process Operators at the established Long Lake SAGD facility as well as the Kinosis 1A facility which is being prepared for restart.

You will be working a shift of 7on – 7off that rotates between days and nights. As a Fort McMurray based Process Operator, you will ensure the safe and efficient operation of the plant process equipment whether you are based at Long Lake or Kinosis 1A. This includes interacting with and supporting the Maintenance, Technical, and Health, Safety, Environmental and Social Responsibility teams within the oil sands division of the North American business.

As a CNOOC International Process Operator your contributions will include, but not be limited to,

  • Adhering and enforcing safety policies and procedures;
  • Applying and developing equipment lockouts;
  • Issuing and managing safe work permits;
  • Environmental stewardship;
  • Operating equipment within established parameters per established procedures;
  • Supporting/responding to unit operations and equipment requirements, including Shift Turnover, Start of Shift Orientation, troubleshooting, and Defined Rounds;
  • Communicating between the Control Room Operator (CRO) and Field Operator (FO) within the Unit across areas and with the Shift Supervisor;
  • Conducting assigned activities in accordance to approved directives and procedures;
  • Run to Target, report deviations in the e-log and escalate to Maintenance/Technical/Production for assistance as required;
  • Managing abnormal situations by initiating a controlled hierarchy of Stabilize/Slowdown/Shutdown (SSS);
  • Participating in and completing required training to achieve a high level of understanding and competency;
  • Adhering to CNOOC International’s Drug and Alcohol Policy;
  • Adhering to all principles of the Production Department Operations Excellence Process.

Who are we looking for?

As the ideal candidate, you will thrive in our dynamic work environment by displaying a positive attitude and the flexibility necessary to manage multiple priorities and challenges. It goes without saying that you have a zero-tolerance attitude towards shortcuts and are uncompromising when it comes to ensuring tasks are done safely. You are an alert problem solver who learns to anticipate and solve potential issues before they arise. The following skills, competencies and qualifications will position you for future success with CNOOC International:

  • An inter-provincial 2nd class Power Engineering Certificate;
  • a minimum of 5+ years of plant/field experience, preferably in a SAGD setting
  • Experience in hands-on support of operations technical, and maintenance work teams;
  • Have the ability to comprehend a situation and identify underlying causes, use knowledge and experience to tackle the issues;
  • Experience in developing standard operating procedures;
  • Strong organization planning and new infrastructure development skills;
  • Must have MS Office skills (Word, Excel and Outlook);
  • Good written and verbal communication;
  • A valid driver license is required.

Closing Statement

This position has been identified as Safety Sensitive and could be subjected to driving a company vehicle; therefore the following will be required:

  • Driver’s Abstract for the last 3 years
  • Pre-employment medical assessment
  • Drug & Alcohol assessment
  • Energy Safety Canada’s Common Safety Orientation (CSO)

Contract Process Operator

Working a rotating shift of 7on – 7off (day/nights), the Contract Process Operator ensures the safe and efficient operation of the plant process equipment within a scope of responsibility to meet the business needs of the facility. This includes interacting with and supporting the Maintenance, Technical, and Health, Safety, Environmental and Social Responsibility teams within the Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage business unit.

This position is classified as a Safety-Sensitive Position. This is not a fly in/fly out camp position.

***This is a one-year contract position. The position would be based at the Long Lake Site located 50km SE of Fort McMurray, near Anzac, AB. There may  be an opportunity for contract renewal depending on business need at the end of the term. Relocation is not provided.***

Core Responsibilities

  • Adherence and enforcement of safety policies and procedures;
  • Application and development of equipment lockouts;
  • Issue and management of safe work permittng;
  • Environmental stewardship;
  • Operate equipment within established parameters per established procedures;
  • Support/response to unit operations and equipment requirements, including Shift Turnover, Start of Shift Orientation, troubleshooting, and Defined Rounds;
  • Communicate between the Control Room Operator (CRO) and Field Operator (FO) within the Unit across areas and with the Shift Supervisor;
  • Conduct assigned activities in accordance to approved directives and procedures;
  • Run to Target, report deviations in the e-log and escalate to Maintenance/Technical/Production for assistance as required;
  • Manage abnormal situations by initiating a controlled hierarchy of Stabilize/Slowdown/Shutdown (SSS);
  • Participate in and completing required training to achieve a high level of understanding and competency;
  • Adherence to CNOOC International’s Drug and Alcohol Policy;
  • Adherence to all principles of the Production Department Operations Excellence Process.

Who are we looking for?

  • A minimum of a 4th Class Power Engineering Certificate with preference given to 3rd and 2nd Certificate holders;
  • Have the ability to comprehend a situation and identify underlying causes, use knowledge and experience to tackle the issues;
  • Experience in developing standard operating procedures;
  • Strong organization planning and new infrastructure development skills;
  • Must have MS Office skills (Word, Excel and Outlook);
  • Good written and verbal communication;
  • Minimum 1 year Plant site experience in a SAGD operation;
  • Experience in hands-on support of operations technical, and maintenance work teams;
  • A valid driver license is required.

Closing Statement

This position has been identified as Safety Sensitive and could be subjected to driving a company vehicle; therefore the following may be required:

  • Driver’s Abstract for the last 3 years
  • Pre-employment medical assessment
  • Drug & Alcohol assessment
  • Energy Safety Canada’s Common Safety Orientation (CSO)

All positions require background checks which could include:

  • Criminal police record check
  • Education verification
  • Credential verification

Nexen Application Form/PDF

You can check whether there is printable application form available for Nexen and you can download it if there is one. You can either submit the application form in person or you can send it via email.

How to Apply for Nexen Jobs;

https://careers.queensu.ca/nexen-energy-ulc

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